The competition will be Two-Transmitter (Multi-Two) operation – WRTC 2022 ITALY

WRTC 2022 is happy to announce in advance one of the most important rules for the WRTC 2022 competition. The style of operating will be the same as for WRTC 2018:

The competition will be as a full Two-Operator, Two-Transmitter (Multi-Two) operation with both Radio A and Radio B allowed to transmit at the same time. The only limitation is the radios may not transmit simultaneously on the same band, regardless of mode. For example, if Radio A is on 15M SSB, Radio B is not allowed on 15M SSB or 15M CW at the same time.”

This first press release about the official competition rules will be relevant for all WRTC 2022 competitors and it gives potential competitors the chance to practice according to this rule. This announcement is not a complete set of rules but defines how the Team will be allowed to operate during the competition.

The complete set of rules will be defined at the end of the qualification process, including this one.

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